Rolling Loud Day 3 Highlights: Travis Scott Electrifies, Lil Uzi Vert Takes a Leap of Faith & More

Lil Uzi Vert performs at Fair Park on May 5, 2017 in Dallas.
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Lil Uzi Vert performs at Fair Park on May 5, 2017 in Dallas. 

The final day of Rolling Loud festival on Sunday (May 7) was a rapper's delight. In spite of cooler temperatures, the Day 3 lineup brought the heat with headliners Travis Scott, Future, Migos, Gucci Mane and more tearing down the stage on Sunday (May 7). 

Check out the recap of Rolling Loud's last day below.

3:00 p.m. Robb Bank$ put his "Bett" on the Rolling Loud crowd as he performed fan favorites from his 2016 effort C2 Death of My Teenage. The Florida native put on for his beloved Broward county. 

3:30 p.m. The glitzy city of Miami gave West Coast crooner Amine a warm welcome as he played his breakout hit "Caroline." The viral track sent the crowd into a frenzy, as the Republic Records signee shed some of his clothes for the performance.

4:30 p.m. While YG has been very vocal about his political views, it's been quite some time since we've seen him bless a stage. It seems as though the Compton-born rapper hasn't missed a beat, as exemplified by his free-flowing performance of 2014 smash "Who Do You Love."

5:30 p.m. Fresh off the release of his self-titled collection back in April, Playboi Carti ignited the crowd with his infectious energy as he performed bangers like "Magnolia" and "Broke Boi." With the assistance of A$AP Rocky and a few other members of the A$AP Mob, Carti turned his set into a full-on rager.

6:00 p.m. What would Rolling Loud have been without La Flare? While the Atlanta rapper was added to the bill only days before the festival kicked off, Gucci Mane surely didn't disappoint. Rattling off his catalog of hits from "Lemonade" to "Freaky Gurl," Guwop tore down the stage alongside his wife-to-be Keyshia Ka'oir. Gucci's set, however, grew sentimental as he paid tribute to late rappers Shawty Lo, Bankroll Fresh, and Slim Dunkin' with his final song. 

6:30 p.m. Kicking things off with "Skrrt, Skrrt", 21 Savage had an explosive start as he performed a medley of hits off Savage Mode as well as Slaughter King. The Epic records signee didn't hold back when it came time to perform "No Heart" --- and neither did the sea of fans before him. 

8:15 p.m. Perhaps the (early) hip-hop MVPs of 2017, Migos took their victory lap to Rolling Loud with an epic performance that can only be described as "big on big." Taking a detour from their trek with Future on the Atlanta rapper's Nobody Safe tour, the trio rocked the house with a dab of culture, a sprinkle of Gucci Mane, and a stack of hits including their Hot 100 No. 1 entry "Bad and Boujee." 

9:00 p.m. Post Malone brought the ambient vibes with his full-on acoustic set, tapping into his nuance for singing and rapping. Unfortunately, Stoney's set was cut short just as he began performing his platinum-selling hit "Congratulations."

9:30 p.m. Minutes before debuting a new track, Lil Uzi Vert, wearing a Marilyn Manson tee, displayed his rock star chops with a legendary leap of faith into the crowd. Nothing was the same after his set, as the "XO Tour Llif3" rapper set the bar high for the performances to follow. 


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10:00 p.m. Donning a checkered jumpsuit and neon ski mask to match, Future delivered "Mask Off" and turned his Rolling Loud set into a cinematic experience. Backed by dancers sporting similar attire, Future Hendrix injected the ecstatic crowd with even more intensity. 

10:30 p.m. Bringing the pyrotechnics and a stage set with an animatronic bird, Travis Scott's high energy simply could not be matched during day 3 of Rolling Loud. While he's infamously known for kicking people off his stage, the Houston rapper let a fan partake in the festivities by allowing him to perform his Rodeo standout "3500."


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